Fall Area Rugs(86 items)
Welcome to the Fall Area Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Area Rugs
Exactly What I Wanted
My girlfriend and I moved from New Jersey to Sedona 8 months ago. We are in the process of decorating in a manner that is southwestern without being cliche, without being cartoonish. We looked at Zapotec rugs in local stores. They were what we were looking for in the way of rugs. I was prepared to pay the high price they were asking, but we didnt find exactly what we wanted. Then I happened on Novica, had never heard of this site, and found exactly what I wanted, for much less money, and a lot more of that money going to the artisan. This piece by Gregorio Ruiz is simply superb!
Gorgeous Rug Evoking Memories of Oaxaca
This rug is amazing! The colors are very vibrant and the craftsmanship is top notch. I have been to Oaxaca many times, and Ms. Ruizs work is among the best I have seen. It looks fantastic in our home and gets many compliments.
Sonik Sethi Woven rugs and runners
"I worked for more than seven years with handicrafts until I realized that this was my cup of tea."
Popular Fall Area Rugs
Handcrafted Zapotec Rug (4x7), "Winter's Day"$499.99
"I made this design thinking of the North and South poles, where for six months there is no daylight at all!," exclaims in wonder Mario Chavez. Working with wool and natural dyes, he weaves a rug that is rich in Zapotec artistry.
The use of natural dyes may cause slight variations in hue. This hand crafted item may vary slightly in size.
Geometric Wool Area Rug (2.5x5), "Star Twins"$199.99
Bright in a sky of brown and scarlet, dazzling stars are haloed in color. Glowing red dissolves into orange and gold, burning like Mexican fire opals. Delfina Ruiz weaves traditional Zapotec motifs, inspired by the beauty of the Oaxacan countryside. in Spanish.
Zapotec wool rug (6x9.5), "Dancing Colors"$947.99
Primary hues traverse this design in orderly rows, yet some flow like waves while others seem to skip and whirl. Gregorio Ruiz Lopez conjures dancing colors in an extraordinary rug. A superlative example of traditional Zapotec weaving, the piece is handloomed of soft virgin wool tinted with natural dyes. He names it "Danza de Colores" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven on handlooms, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm).